Eliminating duplicated maintenance required by different regulatory agencies could take out billions of dollars of maintenance and engineering work on leased aircraft when they transfer across borders. Given that 40% of the world's commercial aircraft fleet is leased, and that figure continues to climb, these costs if not corrected will grow with the expanding fleet. The industry spends $369 million per year on aircraft maintenance and modifications to satisfy disparate aviation ...

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